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People usually tend to choose plants by prioritizing the way they look and their maintenance requirements rather than the obvious health benefits they bring about with them. When COVID-19 hit and the new work-from-home or staying home impacted our lifestyle in an unprecedented way, more and more people are taking up having plants indoor.

Small indoor or outdoor plants that are grown on a fixed wall or a freestanding vertical structure is known as a vertical garden or a living wall. Studies show that by 2050, almost 80 percent of the world’s population will be living in urban centers. As cities have become more crowded and we depend a lot more on apartment living already, most of us don’t have access to garden space or just any greenery in this urban jungle.

Try these 10 easy annuals for a colorful, fragrant garden! Annual plants are mainly for decorative purposes in a garden. Annuals are seasonal and bloom for only three to four months a year. The term "annual" can be misleading for many newbie gardeners as it refers to plants that take an year to complete their life cycle from germination to its fading. Here are some easy annuals for you to plant in your garden this year.

4 more handy tips for maintaining a potted edible garden. In today’s world, there is no need to emphasize on the importance of growing your own food. Adulteration and skyrocketing prices are enough to get you motivated. Contrary to popular belief, setting up a kitchen garden is much easier than you think! Here are a few handy tips to plant your own kitchen garden/ patch and nourish them into healthy veggies.